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After the death of his mother, a breakup and changes in his band, Patrick Watson is taking his melancholic sound worldwide.
Angelina Jolie stars in ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,’ a sequel to the hit fairy tale adaptation.
The amusement park's Fright Fest includes a simulated burial – unless someone decides to make it real.
Marco Calliari has been playing music with Italian roots for three decades. On Thursday, he celebrated with a special show.
If you’re looking for a book about Canada that was written by an American, Dave Hill’s “Parking the Moose” may just be that book.
A new mural was unveiled Tuesday in Milton Park to celebrate the contributions of Montreal architect and philanthropist Phyllis Lambert.
Residents in Pointe-Saint-Charles are vowing to clean up a community mural that was vandalized over the weekend.
New animated film 'Abominable' is set in the streets of China and the Himalaya Mountains.
A moment of drunken foolishness turned to one of sober regret, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) got a valued piece of art back when the vandal returned the totem pole hand that was taken.
Quebec writer, director and actor Xavier Dolan is back with another film. 'Matthias and Maxime' is Dolan's latest – a film about the messy, intense, bonding friendships that shape our lives.
Renee Zellweger's take on troubled legend Judy Garland is generating critical appraise a whole swirl of Oscar buzz.
Opera and costume fans lined up around the block for a chance to bid on a costume at Agora Hydro Saturday for L'Opera de Montreal's costume auction.
Egyptian mummies at the MMFA, an Opera de Montreal costume sale and Nick Cave performs; it's all in Montreal this weekend.
CHOM is getting ready for a big milestone – 50 years of rock in Montreal.
Fans of theatre playwright Vittorio Rossi are in for a treat as his blockbuster hit 30 years ago, The Chain, returns to the stage.
L'Opera de Montreal's costume workshop is auctioning off over 2,000 items from its collection of authentic wearable art.
L'Opera de Montreal is selling its costumes and for a few dollars, you can dress like a diva.
Pure Arts Studio in Old Montreal makes pop culture statuettes of iconic characters from videogames and film.
The hit drama Downton Abbey transitions seamlessly from the small to big screen in period pomp and pretension, as the Crawleys hit theatres.
Italian and Islamic theatre, orchestra and video games, opera, and Bollywood highlight a busy last weekend of summer entertainment.